Obama, Trump And Saudi Arabia Devastated Yemen. Congress Is Acting. Slowly.
After tough negotiations with GOP and Democratic leaders, critics of the military intervention got their first chance to debate it in the House.
WASHINGTON ― The U.S. House voted, 366-30, on Monday night to pass a resolution condemning civilian deaths, starvation and the spread of disease in Yemen, admitting that much of the responsibility for that humanitarian crisis rests with the U.S. because of its support for a Saudi-led military intervention and noting that the war has allowed al Qaeda, Islamic State and other groups to thrive.The resolution, which passed with the support of several normally reliably pro-Saudi members of Congres...
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